EPK: DUANE PARHAM
The Man with the Horn
MOTOWN SAXOPHONIST AND PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON PLAY JAM SESSION WITH THE SAME HORN
Jamming is having a good time! It’s playing music to free yourself from the stresses of life. The President played the horn to release himself from the problems he faced in running the country. I played the same horn, to free myself from thoughts that haunted me with “You have fame, but where’s your fortune?” As I watched the President, I knew that horn got us to the same place. . .a spot my CD Single Your Precious Love talks about—a mental place where you let go and enjoy the moment ...a precious moment of heaven! When I play this song, I see myself telling the world about the joy I feel, and my deep appreciation to share it with them. And just maybe. . . you would like to feel it too!
OTHER RELATED INFORMATION
Your Precious Love has a spectacular video that accompanies it, and both are played around the world. Showcasing the song with my band at the Dirty Dog in February, (a club in Grosse Pointe Farms, MI) is my delight! The CD is also played constantly on EAMTRADIO.com and will be on “my soon to be released” album, Sugar Melts, featuring The Four Tops and The Contours. As my book says, “. . .you decide how its melodies conform to your life, and if its rhythms have a beat you can march by,” Can You Hear Me Now?: The Autobiography of DUANE PARHAM.
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Duane Parham Playing His New CD Featuring Tammy Trele Davis
WHAT ARE THE KEYS TO THE LIFE OF THE MAN FROM MOTOWN?
Always playing in tune: neither sharp of flat . . .but with the natural notes of life: love, peace and joy!
I’m Saxophonist/Producer/Songwriter Duane Parham, the guy who actually did play the same saxophone President William (Bill) Clinton played. That’s a great story! Wouldn’t you like to know what it is? I would like to share it with you and many more. . . which is why you’re getting this PRESS RELEASE. Not only would I like to share my stories in an interview with you, I would like to share my music also.
So . . . let’s get to it!
Thank you for checking all of this “stuff” out! I hope we can connect in some way.